Time traveling, re-bodying and collaborating through narrative theatre with music Public Deposited
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- Time traveling, rebodying and collaborating through narrative theatre with music
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Shouse, Jennifer Lauren
- Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Communication
- Through a narrative theatre with music production of The Time Traveler's Wife, I seek to produce and corroborate a performance aesthetic I call re-bodying (rendering a body into an alternate form). I will analyze how my collaboration with a composer/sound designer enabled the adaptation script to capture the spirit of Audrey Niffennegger's novel. I will also determine how rehearsal functioned as a method for studying the re-bodying aesthetic.
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- May 2006
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- "... in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of Communication Studies (Performance Studies).
- Ferguson, Paul Harry
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